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27
Mar
2014

Sacred Serving

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sacred serving

Lord, what can you do with me? I have four children, elderly parents and a house where something new seems to break every day. I do not have the time, the money or the energy to do big things for you. Does this sound familiar to anyone? Everyone, at some point, has had some variation […]

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24
Feb
2014

Waiting for Supermom

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Waiting for Supermom, Supermom, Family Matters, Grace Based Parenting

  Do you have a “Supermom” friend? You know the one that:   Has the answer for every parenting problem? Works out all the time (and always seems to have the energy for it)? Is always so stylish and put together? Chairs every committee known to man (and brings actual home-baked goods to school functions)? […]

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24
Jul
2013
fearless

Fearless is a series about women living fearless lives. The words fearless and courageous are used interchangeably, however I like the word “fearless” more. I’m not sure why, I just do.  A shortcoming of the word “fearless” is that it tends to communicate a lack of fear. So, what do I mean by it? To […]

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14
Jun
2013
Moms want to kiss away the hurt, Darcy Kimmel, Dr. Tim Kimmel, Family Matters Blog, Grace Based Parenting, Mother, Parenting, Firefighter

It doesn’t matter what age our child is, there are times when us Moms want to waive a magic wand and make it all better for them. There are the usual potholes of life that our kids have to deal with – hurt feelings, last choice for the team, overlooked for the part, break ups […]

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20
May
2013
No Regrets, Cindi Ferrini, Dr. Tim Kimmel, Family Matters Blog, Grace Based Parenting, Mommy Time, Special Needs

As a young mom, I longed for some me time, some free time at the end of a day. Raising a son with special needs and two daughters was a 24/7 kind of job….like every mom! There’s no vacation on vacation, there’s no pats on the back from the children in those early years. Yet, […]

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27
Mar
2013
Positive

Growing up I had it pretty rough. My 3 older brothers both teased and picked on me and even had the nerve to be really protective of me. My parents were worse. My Dad worked hard to provide for our family so he didn’t come home until right before dinner each night. And I do […]

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20
Mar
2013
WorkingMom

You Might Be a Working Mom If… 10.   You know that you’ve already worn that outfit this week and you. just. don’t. care. 9.     You have ever left your purse at the daycare and taken a diaper bag to work. 8.     You have ever called your boss, “honey.” 7.   […]

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31DOPdownloadversion

It’s finally here! We have compiled the 31 Daily Devotionals plus their images, Next Steps and Resources that we recommend for all of our readers AND the Bios of all guest authors into this ONE easy to read digital document for you to download. This version of 31 Days of Prayer for your Children is […]

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31DOP_Day25

DAY 25 :GENEROSITY  ”Give, and it will be given to you. Good measure, pressed down, shaken together, running over, will be put into your lap. For with the measure you use it will be measured back to you.” – Luke 6:38 {ESV} Our children were made in the image of God. As parents, it is our […]

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31DOP_Day19

DAY 19 : POISE “Likewise, urge the younger men to be self-controlled. Show yourself in all respects to be a model of good works, and in your teaching show integrity, dignity, and sound speech that cannot be condemned, so that an opponent may be put to shame, having nothing evil to say about us.” - Titus […]

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